Title: The GERDA experiment: status and perspectives
Authors: UR C.a.HULT MikaelBAKALYAROV A.BALATA M.BARABANOV I.BAUER C.BELLOTTI E.BELOGUROV S.BELYAEV S.t.BETTINI A.BEZRUKOV L.BRUDANIN V.BUDJAS D.CALDWELL A.CATTADORI CDEMIDOVA E.v.EGOROV V.GANGAPSHEV A.GRABMAYR P.GUSEV K.GURENTSOV V.HAMPEL W.HEISEL M.HEUSSER G.HOFMANN W.INZHECHIK L.v.JOCHUM J.JUNKER M.KIRPICHNIKOV IKLIMENKO A.KNOEPFLE K.t.KOCHETOV O.KORNOUKHOV V.n.KUSMINOV V.LAUBENSTEIN M.LEBEDEV VLINDNER M.LIU X.NEMCHENOK I.PANDOLA L.PULLIA A.RITTER F.SCHOENERT S.SCHREINER J.SCHWINGENHEUER B.SHIRCHENKO M.SIMGEN H.SMOLNIKOV A.STELZER F.TIKHOMIROV A.v.VASENKO A.WOJCIK M.YANOVICH E.ZHUKOV S.ZUZEL G.ALLARDT M.BAUDIS L.BRUCH T.BRUGNERA R.COSSAVELLA F.DENISOV A.DINTER S.DOMULA A.r.FAULSTICH M.FERELLA A.FREUND K.FROBORG F.FRODYMA N.GARFAGNINI A.GAZZANA S.HEMMER S.KIANOVSKY S.LEHNERT B.AGOSTINI M.BARNABE HEIDER MBECERICI-SCHMIDT N.JANICSKO J.LINDEMANN S.LUBASHEVSKIY A.LUBSANDORZHIEV B.MAJOROVITS BelaO'SHAUGHNESSY C.PELCZAR K.POTENZA F.RIBOLDI S.SADA C.STANCO L.TARKA M.VOLYNETS O.ZAVARISE P.ZINATULINA D.ZUBER K.AGHAEI H.DI VACRI A.GONZALEZ DE ORDUNA R.LENZ D.MEIERHOFER G.PIVATO G.VAUTH M.WEBER M.ZOCCA F.
Citation: NUCLEAR PHYSICS B: PROCEEDINGS SUPPLEMENTS vol. 217 no. 1 p. 38-40
Publisher: ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV
Publication Year: 2011
JRC N°: JRC66466
ISSN: 0920-5632
URI: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0920563211003008
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DOI: 10.1016/j.nuclphysbps.2011.04.061
Type: Articles in periodicals and books
Abstract: The GERDA experiment is located in the underground Gran Sasso laboratory. The experiment aims at studying the neutrinoless ββ decay of 76Ge. The implementation of the experiment is divided in two consecutive phases. Phase I will allow within one year of data taking to reach a sensitivity limit for the half life of the process of the order of 2.5×1025 years. Phase II, with an increased amount of active material and a background index lower by one order of magnitude than in Phase I, will allow to reach a half life limit of about 1.5×1026 years. In the present paper a brief review of the status of the experiment and its perspectives is given.
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